If you are planning to a move to a new city then you should prepare for the costs you will have to pay when hiring a removalists. It can either be company removalists Eastern Suburbs in Sydney or other parts of the country but the new minimum pay rates will be followed as per the Fair Work Ombudsman. If you don’t have an idea about this, you could be in a lot of trouble with the Fair Work Ombudsman because Australians are now required to pay self-employed removalists depending on the latest minimum rates for hiring them.
This is after the order for the Road Safety Renumeration Tribunal has been implemented since the trucking industry was unable to challenge the order in court. This will impact tens of thousands of drivers in the country who are owners at the same time.
According to Grace Collier who is a media commentator and consultant for industrial relations, there is another more immediate impact which will greatly affect the consumers of this country. According to the Contractor Driver Minimum Payments Road Safety Renumeration Order of 2016 or also known as the 2016 RSRO, contractor drivers that are self-employed which covers couriers and removalists must receive payment that follows the safe rates.
The Order indicated safe rates for journeys that is over 500 km and journeys that are over 200 km passing the state borders. If you are hiring removalists to move your stuff from Canberra going to Sydney then you must base your payment with the 2016 RSRO’s schedule B.
There are factors to be considered when paying such as the gross combination mass, the gross vehicle mass and the grade of the trailer being used. Make sure that you are well acquainted with the computation because if you fail to pay the right amount then you might be under investigation and you can be prosecuted and fined with an amount reaching $10,800.
This is why it is important to as the company from where you hire the removalists Eastern Suburbs in Sydney of their exact payment scheme in order to avoid trouble in the future.